At HOBI, we’re changing the face and the pace of health research. Our patient populations reflect the diversity of the real world. Our health interventions consider the needs of patients and providers. Our data-driven research speeds scientific discoveries.
hobi ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Go above your professional training with a graduate certificate in implementation science or biomedical informatics.
Learn how to conduct health outcomes assessments and clinical effectiveness research in a range of biomedical, clinical and community-based research settings.
Become an expert at evaluating health interventions, treatments, prevention practices and policies to determine what works on a large-scale level and why.
Expand and strengthen your research skills with one-on-one postdoctoral training programs and opportunities.
hobi and diversity
HOBI is dedicated to improving health outcomes for all and reducing health inequities through education, research and service. We strive to be a community of students, staff and faculty that celebrates inclusion, diversity, equity and access and are committed to fostering a people-centered, creative environment for all.
HOBI news & Events
HOBI AI Candidate Seminar with Satish E. Viswanath, PhD: “Computational Imaging for Precision Medicine: A quest for generalizable AI models”
CTRB Room 2161 and via Zoom
11:00am to 12:00pm
With a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Cancer Institute, UF researchers Carma Bylund, Ph.D., and Susan Bluck, Ph.D., will evaluate mechanisms by which Dignity Therapy works to help patients. This brief intervention involves having a dignity therapy provider work with patients to recall and share their own unique, structured life story narrative.
meet OUR FACULTY
Dr. Harle’s research focuses on how information technology-mediated communication tools affect consumer, patient, and provider decisions and behavior. As Chief Research Information Officer, he is focused on developing excellent people, processes, and infrastructure that enable research and discovery with real-world health data and information technology across UF Health.